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oleate

 [o´le-āt]
1. a salt or ester of oleic acid.
2. a solution of an alkaloid or other basic drug in oleic acid.

o·le·ate

(ō'lē-āt),
1. A salt of oleic acid.
2. A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid, used as an inunction.

oleate

/ole·ate/ (o´le-āt)
1. a salt, ester, or anion of oleic acid.
2. a solution of a substance in oleic acid; used as an ointment.

o·le·ate

(ō'lē-āt)
1. A salt of oleic acid.
2. A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid, used as an inunction.

o·le·ate

(ō'lē-āt)
1. A salt of oleic acid.
2. A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid, used as an inunction.

oleate

1. a salt of oleic acid.
2. a solution of a substance in oleic acid.
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Table 4 describes the effect of the mass fraction of added catalysts on the yield of n-butyl oleate.
6 used monoethanolamine oleate as sclerosing agent and we used sodium tetradecyl sulfate.
Commercially available) mass fraction were 1%, 2%, 3%, with a solvent filled to 100% methyl oleate, effects of different types and amount of stabilizer on the decomposition ratio of active ingredient dispersed oil suspension agent, the results (Table 4) showed that the MF-33 content is 2%, the decomposition rate reached 5% dispersed oil suspension of the effective component of mesotrione, therefore, the selection of stabilizers for MF-33.
9) was seen between FAEE summations and ethyl linoleate and ethyl oleate, indicating that these analytes dominated summation calculations.
The glyceryl oleate provides conditioning to the skin, while the alkyl polyglucosides softly rinse away any dirt and impurities.
03% recovery using additional quantity of sodium oleate as collector, sodium silicate and quebracho as regulators for the gangue minerals in the cleaner circuits.
Previous studies indicated that mRNA abundance of CD36 was markedly increased when cells were cultured with palmitate, stearate, oleate, linoleate, 20:5 or t10c12 CLA (Yonezawa et al.
Figure 7 shows the effect of conditioning time on the oleate flotation of El-Nakheil oil shale.
Cholesteryl oleate is in the semiliquid state at room temperature, it adheres better to the surface of the teeth, and this explains the longer lubrication effect.
Selective Hydrogenation into Oleyl Alcohol of Methyl Oleate in the Presence of Ru-Sn/A1,O, Catalysts".
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